Internet Advocacy – remote, but not detached
Monday 10th of May 2021 18:30
LocationOnline via Zoom (joining link will be circulated via email)
18:30 - 20:00
Ensure that you have joined before the QS is due to start.
Dress codeSmart Casual
[Bookings will open at 10:00 AM on Wednesday 31 March]
All members of the Inn are welcome to attend - please book a ticket
This session will be led by Ishan Kolhatkar.
Whether it’s cross examining a witness, addressing a Judge, Jury or Interview panel, appearing on screen is a slightly different proposition to being in a room. In this session we’ll examine how to take your existing skills and apply them to an online context.
This event is for members only.
Qualifying Session Details
After this session, students should be able to:
- Recognise the similarities and differences between remote advocacy and traditional in-person advocacy.
- Analyse the professions views on remote advocacy.
- Apply your existing advocacy skills to a remote context.
Links to the Professional Statement, wider workings of the Bar, administration of justice or a public interest matter
The QS will align with these elements of the professional statement:
- 1.3 / 1.6 / 1.8 / 1.9 / 1.11 / 1.15 / 1.17
Bookings and Cancellations
Where we have a waiting list we will offer your ticket to someone else, so please do cancel your ticket if you are no longer able to attend.
Data Protection & Photography
Please be aware that photography, audio and video recording may take place at our events. These may be used for promotional purposes by the Inn, including in printed publications, on our website, and on our social media accounts. If you do not wish to have your photograph taken or to have images of you used, please alert the EducationTeam at the start of the event. We are unable to guarantee that you will not be included in the background of photographs that are being taken. Contact: 020 7427 4800, email@example.com
All personal data that the Inn stores and processes is held in accordance with the Data Protection Act 2018 and the Inn’s Data Protection Policy. You can ask the Inn to stop using your images at any time, or request to see the personal data that the Inn holds on you. For more information please visit the Data Protection page http://www.middletemple.org.uk/about-us/data-protection